5th Grade Health Homework CenterSee what's due next HERE
5th Grade Health HomeworkAs part of the 5th grade Health Curriculum, students will be expected to complete weekly health homework assignments. This website and the Health Homework wall, located outside the Health room at school, are here to help students keep track of what assignment is due and to provide a way for students to obtain additional copies of an assignment when one is lost or the student is absent.
Anytime a student finishes his or her work, they can turn it in. The completed homework box is "always open".
This where students can obtain extra copies of an assignment without having to find the teacher. It also provides a visual reminder of what assignment is due next time a student comes to Health class.
Frequently Asked Questions1. When is homework due?- Each assignment is due the next SCHOOL DAY.
2. Should I answer in complete sentences?
- Yes, always use complete sentences and proper grammer when completing homework assignments.3. How is homework turned in?- Homework can always be turned in via the "completed homework" bin outside the health room.4. If I'm absent on the day homework is due, when should I turn it in?- If you're absent on the due date, homework is due the NEXT school day. Do not wait until the next health class.5. If I'm absent when homework is given, should I still complete it?- Yes, all homework can be completed by following the directions that come with the assignment. If a student does not understand the assignment, they should check with the teacher or classmates for clarification.6. Should I still turn in homework, even if it's past due?- Absolutely! Students will receive credit for homework, even if it is late.
7. What should I do if I try to print my homework, and the printer doesn't work?- No problem, just write the answers to the questions on a blank sheet of paper. Put your name and teacher name on the paper and turn it in. That is perfectly acceptable.-If you have any additional questions about a Health homework please contact your child's Health teacher.